Famished is the first book in the Ash Park Series by Meghan O’Flynn. It in an intense, dark, gory, clever serial killer thriller/crime novel that had me completely gripped in its hold from beginning to end. There were times I thought I should have looked away, closed the book and stopped reading because it was quite shocking and disturbing in places- but I couldn’t, I was glued to the page, heart in my mouth, on the edge of my seat trying to piece everything together and figure it all out before everything was revealed. But, wow- I did not see THAT coming, at all!!! Ms. O’Flynn spun a brilliant web of intrigue, mystery and danger- cleverly choreographing everything into a riveting story and keeping me guessing right till the very end!! I can’t wait to dive into book #2!
Famished (Ash Park series book 1) By Meghan O’Flynn
This is the first book I have read by this author. I don’t do scary movies and this book scared the living hell out of me. It sacred me so much I actually had a bit of trouble sleeping lol. This book won’t be for everyone, but on saying that I can’t wait to read the next instalment. The scenes in this book are so descriptive you can almost see them before you. Along with the descriptive scenes there are some twists and turns that you may or may not see coming. I would honestly say this is the scariest book I have read EVER and won’t be reading the next instalment at night. For those who like scary movies and books this is the book for you. Thank you, Meghan, for this book and I would recommend it be read.
Famished by Meghan O’Flynn is very very dark and twisted serial killer mystery thriller story that contains very disturbing and extremely graphic scenes and may cause triggers in some. This style of story may not be for everyone and certainly not for the faint of heart. But for all that it is sickening and perplexing, gruesome and in parts repulsive, Meghan did a really good job at keeping me guessing right to the very twisted and creepy end. The story is told in several POV’s and I am still a little confused at some parts but soldiered on. At the end I just sat there and went wow, what did I just read and how do I feel? I still can’t answer how I feel but the story is well written and the characters are disturbing and damaged and the shock factor is of the charts.